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Help ID this curved .22 mag?

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by msmp5, May 16, 2020.

  1. msmp5

    msmp5 Member

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    4A104E14-D0D2-4D6F-9375-38380C55A4A3.jpeg 8894BE02-1C07-4872-8ED9-001B02088006.jpeg Fits a .22lr, and it’s old, been in a box in my garage for about 25-30 years. I’m wondering from the approx capacity (30 RDS, maybe, not sure, I didn’t load it) if it might be for a conversion kit for an AR15 or M16?
     
  2. entropy

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    Looks like a Krasne's extended mag for an older Savage model, don't know which one off the top of my head.
     
  3. Carl N. Brown

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    Looks to me like the magazine that came with the old Numrich Arms (West Hurley NY) Auto Ordnance .22 replica Thompson. It required an adapter to fit the magazine well.
     
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  4. cryptomon

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    These also fit F. illi Pietta/Bingham/Puma PPS/50 22 rifles. They require a wedge type adapter while the Thompsons use the T type adapter.
     
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